Ant-Man Release Date Set, Iron Man 3 And Thor: The Dark World Will Be In 3D
Marvel and Disney released a heap of information today, with the biggest news being an official November 6, 2015 release date for Ant-Man. Marvel also announced that both Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World will be released in 3D.
Check out the full release, courtesy of Slash Film, below:
- IRON MAN 3 will now be available in 3D – previously announced 5/3/13 wide playdate is unchanged (Marvel)
- PHINEAS AND FERB moves to “2014 Undated Wide” (from 7/28/13 wide)
- THOR: THE DARK WORLD is final title of previous “Thor 2” and will now be available in 3D – previously announced 11/8/13 wide playdate is unchanged (Marvel)
- SAVING MR. BANKS is now dated on 12/20/13 wide (Disney)
- CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER is final title of previous “Captain America 2” – previously announced 4/4/14 wide playdate is unchanged (Marvel)
- BEARS is now dated on 4/18/14 wide (Disneynature)
- GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY is final title of previous “Marvel Untitled” – previously announced 8/1/14 is unchanged (Marvel)
- DISNEY ANIMATION UNTITLED is now dated on 11/7/14 wide
- ANT-MAN is now dated on 11/6/15 wide (Marvel)
- PIXAR ANIMATION UNTITLED is now dated on Wed 11/25/15 wide
This date for Ant-Man means the film will be the first of Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Three, and also that Phase Three will begin the same year as The Avengers 2 is released. It also confirms that Phase Two will be be comprised of three sequels and one new film (Guardians of the Galaxy). It was originally rumored that Ant-Man would begin filming as early as next spring, but this current date falls in line with Marvel’s plan of two films a year.
Now that a date is set, the question of who will be cast in the role is the next thing to be addressed. There have been some rumors that with the focus on S.H.I.E.L.D. in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Ant-Man will make his appearance as an agent there, while others think that with the nano-technology driven plot of Iron Man 3, an appearance in that film is more likely. Marvel still has some time to figure this out, but chances are an Ant-Man cameo will happen at some point and they’ll want to nail down their man before too long.
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